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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Lura Daniel on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to EDSPE 511 at University of Washington taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see /class/191996/edspe-511-university-of-washington in Special Education at University of Washington.




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Study Guide EDSPE 511 Terms Chapter 6 Quantifying Behavior Radical Behaviorism Permanent Product Frequency Duration Latency Interresponse Time Intraresponse Time Operant toOperant Topography Interval Celeration Questions 1 What 3 circumstances does Kennedy cite as being necessary before we can count behavior 2 What 3 reasons does Kennedy give for recording behavior counts during experiments 3 What are the 5 dimensional quantities of behavior mentioned by Kennedy Are their other dimensions of behavior that might be of interest Study Guide EDSPE 511 Terms SingleCase Designs Control Participant Preface amp Chapter 2 History of SS Designs TimeSeries Analyses Nl Experimental Participant Case history Ideographic Private events Induction Deduction Cumulative record Questions 1 What is Kennedy s simple de nition of singlecase designs 2 How does Kennedy characterize the difference between singlesubj ect research and group statistical research 3 Is it possible to study brainbehavior interactions If so under what conditions 4 What does it mean to operationalize a variable 5 What is the difference between inductive and deductive research 6 Name at least 4 historical figures that contributed eventually to singlesubject methods and provide brief descriptions of those contributions 7 Who were Norris Haring and Tom Lovitt and what are a few of the contributions they made EDSPE 511 Study Guide Hartmann 1977 Choice in Reliability Estimates Generally Try to understand how different ways of computing reliability can in uence 1 the size of data collection reliability estimates and 2 the usefulness of those estimates in judging the adequacy of the data collection procedures Terms Trial reliability Composite reliability Event recording Duration recording Occurrence nonoccurrence Score unit interval recording Time span Session reliability Percentage agreement Reliability coefficient Trial reliability Kappa Discrete data Continuous data Questions 1 What 3 decisions must a researcher make in order to determine which type of reliability estimate to compute 2 What are the advantages amp disadvantages of the reliability coefficient when summarizing reliability estimates for a study 3 Summarize what Hartmann says appears to be the consensus of opinion concerning acceptable levels of reliability


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